The latest Gen-I feature showcases the best of student innovations seeking to solve some of the most-pressing humanitarian challenges, from helping users in flooding situations to supporting mobility for the ageing population.
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In this month’s Innovation Culture Bulletin, we’re looking at ways of using technology to enhance your creativity.
Not beating yourself up when failures and mistakes inevitably happen can have a powerful impact on the way you work.
We talk to the founder of Tuckrbox, a nutrition-focused, farm-to-table meal delivery that lets children plan their own lunches through an app.
Gamifying work can have substantial benefits for employee morale, creativity and innovation, but how do we efficiently and effectively introduce gaming mechanisms to the office?
We talk to Andrej Sobotkiewicz, whose startup lets businesses host app-activated e-bike infrastructures.
We speak to co-founder of Penny, a chatbot money managing app for millennials.
We’ve select five of the best Springwise innovations, as discovered by our global Springspotter network, that are designed to keep employees happy and engaged in the long term.
We present the top 10 learnings from our Innovation Culture Bulletin, which help employees feel productive, motivated and ready to innovate.
As an entrepreneur, it is often difficult to know when to challenge your ideas, and when to exercise absolute conviction. We explore this paradox, and offer ways to help you harness risk-taking and foster innovation.
Researchers sent out fictitious resumes with varying frequency of job changes, and found that resumes with fewer changes received a 40–50 percent higher callback rate than those with more.
As skills become ever more vital to earnings, women’s singular focus on education looks on track to continue to pay off.
How online-as-a-service financial solutions are helping SMEs get a head start.
A round up of startups in the Fin Tech industry that are practicing financial inclusion through innovative tech solutions.
We talk to the CEO of Grow.ly, a P2B crowdlending platform based in Spain.
Why companies like to turn products into people.
By combining the hard data of medicine with the soft skills of presentation and public speaking, the Booth Healthcare Analytics Laboratory is giving new solutions to students — and new life to hospitals.
We propose the best science-backed working sounds for different types of tasks, and suggest some office radio ideas that will prep the brain for innovative thinking.
Tapping WeShelter’s app unlocks donations for homelessness services. We catch up with the founders about their recent work with the New York Mayor’s Office, and more.
The New Venture Challenge, which is marking its 20th anniversary, has helped turn student startups into thriving companies.
Professor of economics Michael Gibbs studied the progression of 5,000 ideas and identified four key operational strategies that can encourage employee innovation.
How a “builder of things” is on a quest to tackle the search engine giants, and give people a chance to encounter the hidden, neglected parts of the world wide web.